Holiday Inn Niagara Falls-at The Falls
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... or you decide that you have not come
all this way to experience that and make the decisions to follow the
Blue highway option.Blue Highways is a book writing by
William Least Heat-Moon who travelled America in the 80's and that
what he said about it ;
“On the old highway maps of America,
the main routes were red and the back roads blue. Now even the
colours are changing. But in those brevities just ...
... impressive. We took the "Journey under the Falls" tour which takes you via tunnels to two landings where the water is cascading over the falls in front of you. The tunnels were built in the early 1900's. Our first experience of wearing a plastic poncho - yellow this time. They are really necessary as it is surprising or not so surprising how much spray there is when standing on the landings. The visitors centre near the Horseshoe Falls is always packed. They offer ...
... the tour we headed over to the Canadian side to see the Falls from that perspective. It was wonderful to be able to see all 3 falls, including Bridal Falls, even though we had seen it from the boat. We traveled back to the American side and hit the Seneca Niagara Vacuum Cleaners/Casino to leave a few bills for the economy. We ate dinner ...
... depleting of water at such a high rate and still be able to supply more and more water at an unfathomable rate. From New York one can see two coves of the falls, but it was apparent that traveling to the Canadian side would have shown a larger portion of the entire falls. Obviously too large to see the entire falls from any given point! After soaking up the view at Niagara and taking a few selfies, we got back on the highway to head to our next campsite in the ...
... makes for a great drive by itself.
Back on the road today (Wednesday) we head to Cooperstown and the Baseball Hall of Fame. It's cloudy and cooler today, but if the rain holds off, that's fine. We'll check in as soon as we can once again, hopefully from the museum that celebrates America's Pastime. Until then, we're back on the road!
Dave And Paul Schwan ...